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Examples of Wording

Wording: Names should always be written out. Initials should not be used on a formal invitation unless the intial is actually someone's legal name (i.e. JD Johnson.) Abbreviations are only used for the following titles: Dr., Mr., Mrs., Ms., Jr., and Lt. if combined with Colonel. The date and time are also written out. If the year is included, it should be written out.

For an example of invitiation wording etiquette, select the individuals that will be issuing your announcements: Learn more about wedding invitations by selecting another topic below: